Federal guidelines could slow the rollout, since they require connection even to off-grid sites, including remote hunting camps. The state had planned to connect only those locations already on the grid.
Documents from the project’s Act 250 hearings that began this summer show there are concerns around its location near a floodplain, and whether that risk may increase as climate change continues to intensify.
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For now, the grounds and gardens have reopened but buildings will remain closed until an evaluation can be completed and plans for repairs can be made.
But when the U.S. Department of the Interior rerouted the funds to Glastenbury, it also shrunk the pot of money from $76,600 to $1,400.
Some stone tools found here were actually made of minerals from such distant places as Pennsylvania, northern Maine and even Labrador. Paleo-Indians’ lives were less constrained by geography than we might think.
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Legal scholars around the country — and in Vermont — have argued that the 14th Amendment bars Trump from holding the presidency again. Secretary of State Sarah Copeland Hanzas says she does not have the power to take action.
The Green Mountain Care Board said its reductions to hospitals’ proposed charge hikes for 2024 should limit the increase in costs to commercial insurers next year to 4.1%.
A decision by the Vermont Supreme Court upholds a 2019 law removing the statute of limitations for survivors of childhood sexual abuse to file a lawsuit seeking damages against the person or organization responsible.
This week’s Young Writers Project entry is “Walks in the rain” by Molly Silvia, 15, of Shelburne. Artwork is “Lily Pads and Lotuses,” by Elise Cournoyer, 14, of Richmond.
Contractors last week resurfaced the municipal parking lot in the middle of the village and reconfigured the parking spaces to create more than 30 new spots.
Nationwide, an estimated 500,000 are expected to be re-enrolled after federal regulators found a number of states had erred in revoking people’s benefits.
In Vermont, hunters are typically exempt from animal cruelty charges. The law does not apply to “activities regulated by the Department of Fish and Wildlife,” which include hunting, trapping and fishing.
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The state of Vermont, businesses and families — as well as their bottom lines —- all stand to benefit from paid leave.
Going green will advance as industry provides cost-effective solutions. Attempting to artificially stimulate the economy to change never works and never has.
Most of every insurance premium dollar is spent on treating illnesses that are within people’s ability to control and even prevent.
Bergh will replace interim president Mike Smith at the helm of the newly merged public university on Nov. 1. He is expected to serve for about a year and a half.
Thomas Hynes, 65, has been charged with aggravated assault with a deadly weapon and unlawful restraint in the first degree.